Just now in my building a family is vacating without clearing the dues of the bread-eggs vendor, we are blocking the gate untill they pay him. It’s not the religion but the humans that are evil.— Kavita (@Iamkavitak) February 3, 2020
Poor,hardworking, sweet natured vendor’s name- Imran.
Bade log sneaking out- Morons!
Television actress Kavita Kaushik, who made her TV debut with Ekta Kapoor’s Kutumb, won over people’s hearts with her role as Chandramukhi Chautala,in the hit show FIR. While she hasn’t been very active in the showbiz world of late, she keeps in touch with her fans on her social media. Kavita Kaushik shares many pictures on Instagram of herself doing some difficult asanas, and she also fearlessly voices out her opinions on Twitter. Just a few weeks ago, she shared a picture doing a yoga asana and had condemned the JNU attack. She is also frequently retweeting posts about social and political issues.
Now, Kavita Kaushik took to her Twitter and wrote about a family in her building vacating without paying the dues of a hardworking vendor named Imran. She wrote that it is not the religion but humans that are evil. Sharing the story, she wrote, “Just now in my building a family is vacating without clearing the dues of the bread-eggs vendor, we are blocking the gate untill they pay him. It’s not the religion but the humans that are evil. Poor,hardworking, sweet natured vendor’s name- Imran. Bade log sneaking out- Morons!” Take a look at her tweet:
On the work front, Kavita Kaushik was seen in several television shows over the years such as F.I.R, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii, Kutumb, Kumkum, Remix, C.I.D, Tota Weds Maina, among others. Lately, she has been giving fans some major fitness goals with her many Instagram posts nailing yoga asanas, giving out inspiration to many of her followers.
Image Source: instagram/akavitakaushik, Twitter/Iamkavitak
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